Weather and Climate Risk Management in the Energy Sector

Weather and Climate Risk Management in the Energy Sector Weather and Climate r isk management in the energy s eCtor yb Aolbter t olcioc r , M oh AM M e d S. b ou l Ahy A, John A. d utont , John Fwuorl , r obter J. G u r n e y , A n d Mike h Arri Son eather and climate considerations within the NATO Avd ANd R ec ese ARh W c ORkhs Op context of both climate change adaptation W a nd m it igat ion a re becom i ng i mpor ta nt w h At : 28 participants including weather and climate elements in policy and strategic planning for the scientists, engineers, economists, and other energy sector. Corporate energy markets and opera- specialists in the use of energy formulated tions are progressively factoring impacts of climate recommendations aimed at improving the change into their management and planning, recog- collaborative use of information by climate nizing that climate is a significant component of risk scientists and the energy industry when : 6–10 o ctober 2008 management. where : s anta maria di l euca, l ecce, italy Information from weather forecasts is routinely employed in the energy sector (by http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/2010BAMS2849.1
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Weather and Climate r isk management in the energy s eCtor yb Aolbter t olcioc r , M oh AM M e d S. b ou l Ahy A, John A. d utont , John Fwuorl , r obter J. G u r n e y , A n d Mike h Arri Son eather and climate considerations within the NATO Avd ANd R ec ese ARh W c ORkhs Op context of both climate change adaptation W a nd m it igat ion a re becom i ng i mpor ta nt w h At : 28 participants including weather and climate elements in policy and strategic planning for the scientists, engineers, economists, and other energy sector. Corporate energy markets and opera- specialists in the use of energy formulated tions are progressively factoring impacts of climate recommendations aimed at improving the change into their management and planning, recog- collaborative use of information by climate nizing that climate is a significant component of risk scientists and the energy industry when : 6–10 o ctober 2008 management. where : s anta maria di l euca, l ecce, italy Information from weather forecasts is routinely employed in the energy sector (by

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jun 29, 2010

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